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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. August: 10. i Freak schooner, 91 tons, Irvine from Melbourne, via Schonten Island, with coals and fire- wood. Agents-Maning Bros. Augnst 10. Picard, schooner, 171 tons, Johnstone from melbourne with sundries. Agents Lcmpr'.cre & Co. August 10 Prince Regent, ship, _ 287 tons, J. McArtlmr from whaling. Agent-Pliilis Seal. August 10 Maripos.1, schooner, 120 tons, Cruncher from Port Albert with cattle. Agents-Brown aud Son. August 10. Helen S.Pnge barque 226 tons, Spriggs from Port Albert, with sheep and cattle. Agent W.A. Qncsdon. Augnst 10 Cecilia, schooner coastwise. EXTKHED OUT. August'10 Fortuno, schooner 101 tons, Waleh,for Sydney. August 10 Prince of Denmark schooner, 70 tons Evans for Geelong. August 10 Tyne, schooner, 91 tons, Aked for Mel- bourne. August 11-Reliance, schooner, 119 tons,Hargraves, for Melbourne. August 11-S word Fish, schooner, 158 tons, Roberts for Melbourne. CtEAltED OUT. August 10-North Star, brig, Pie, for Melbourno. Passenger...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES MESSES. WORLEYANDFRODSHAM, to-morrow, at the Mart, ladies' side saddles, a large assortment of bridles mid harness &c. MESSES. BRENT AND WESTBBOOK, this day, at the Bridgewater Hotel, Bridgewater, 300 fat weth- ers, 150 ewes, 6 milch cows, with calves, or near calving, 3 pairs working bullocks, 14 fat pigs, 2 cart mares, rising 4 ) rs old ¡ also 4U0 flue wooUcd ewes in lamb, and 8 milch cows, with calves &c ; also the Entire Arab Horse "Soldán", and the Enturo Draught Horsa*'Malcheni" To-morrow, nt their Mart, Mur- ray Street, two substantial cottages with gardens in Lansdowne Crescent and Queen Street, aud an al- lotment at the upper end of Warwick Street. At the Temperance Alliance Booms, Pianofortes, What Not«, Canterbury's, music stools, drapery, cutlery, electro-plated ware, jewellery &c. Ac. MB.W.A. GUESDON.afc the New Mart, 'Collins Street, this day, a collection of books. To-morrow, at the Constitution Dock, »ht ork, and coal«, how b...

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CLEAR ACCOUNT OF THE MEERUT TRAGEDY (From the Phoenix, May 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

CLEAR ACCOUNT OF THE MEERUT TRAGEDY (From the Phoenix, May 21.) Of tho various narratives of the Meerut mutiny which have up to this reached Calcutta, wo have not yet come across one which gives anything like a clear account of the manner in which the mutineers contrived so success- fully to carry out the terrible tragedy enacted hy thom. AU that wo have road or heard con- cerning the m ttter leads to the impression that the omoute or the mutiny-it partook of the character of both-was p'anned vvith a skill and foresight which would have done horaur to a botter onusc. For somo timo before ac- tually breaking out into rebellion, tho entiiool' the native troopB at Meerai;, ag inJood those in etory other station in tlic cou.itry, lay uiid-r the suspicion of being moio or less disallowed Until, however, the recruits of the 3rd cavalry refused to fire tho ball cartridges served tut to them for instruction drill, no oveit net ol disobedience occurred on, the part of the Mee- rut nativo sol...

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MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

MASONIC. WE have been solicited by several Masonic friends' to devote a space in our columns weekly to the publication of matters relating to the Craft. This we gladly consent to do. The most sensitive amongst the Brethren need be under no apprehension that the hidden mysteries of the Order will be improperly unvei'ed-but the principles which actuate Freemasons cannot be too widely made known. We commence with an article from the " Freemason's Magazine," for April, relative to the appointment of Provincial Grand Masters, which recent events have rendered unusually interesting to resident Brethren both hero and on the Northern side of the Island. - SrATEMKST OP ME OEAXD MISTEB WITH BE3PE0T TO TUB CANADIAN" LODGES. The Grand Master said : " Brethren, I regret, as much as any one, the present position of a flairs, and I frankly confess that tho Canadian Brethren do not complain without some degree of truth, and that thoy have not altogether received at our hands that con- sideration wh...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

T^smEmAL-imtMZGJimir o't-:-; «! HOBART TOWN FEICE CURRENT '"Corrected up io five o'clock on Saturday Evening titi ."' ' ALE ey BEER-(abólsale) Ale, Mats'» No 2 I*per dos O 13» Od Worthington and Robinson's Ko 3 -,perlhd,\9 O» Cid Altopp'iNo 3, per Muí lil O* Oí , Ditto pale East Judia per IM 19 Bl Od to . ftl IO* Od Other brands per Mid l8 10* Od lo 13 ,rAt»opp'sper dozen 11* Od lo II» Cd Byass'» 11* Gd ' io' 11* 6d Duckworth's 31* Od to 11* Gd Bryant - and'Davis'» 12* Od io ¡St Oil MarzelW» 11* Od io . 11* ra HibbcrC» 10* Od io 10» Od Otherbolllers.W» , io 12*. Por/w, Harelay'», per Mid li B» 0 to li IO» Elliott and Volney's per Mid IG 0* Od to li Ot ' Other brands 0 10* Od lo 7 0» Od Trueman'» X .'per Mid 70 Bs Od to 76 Bs Od Trueman'» XX per ! hhdVi 10* Od io IO 15* I'd Taylor»' stout per hld 17 0» Od lo 7 IO» Od Byast't quarts per doz 12* Od v to 13» Od Whitbread'* stout per dos Us Od lo 12* . Od Marzeili't porter per doz 12* Od io li» Bruant 'and Davis'» per doz 11* Od io 11* O...

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BOTHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

BOTHWELL. THE Police Magistrate of this district has commenced his new duties ns defined in the Gazette Extraordinary. On Monday he attended the Police Office at Green Ponds and disposed of three casca of no public import- ance. On Tuesday lie proceeded to Hamilton, and was there met by the Inspector of Police, who, with Dr. Sharland, J.P., tried Constable Evans for taking £1 as a bribe from a tickct-of-lcavo holder to screen him from punishment. The case was clearly proved against Evans, who was fined 40s. by the Bench, and immedi- ately dismissed by the Inspector from the Police forci. On Wednesday a public meeting was held in Hamilton, ou the subject of the Clyde Water Dill, which was ad- journed until Wednesday the 10th Instant. On Thurs- day the Inspector with the Police Magistrate proceeded to Bothwell and inspected the police buildings, arms, &c., and he appeared much pleased with the good order and regularity of the foi ce. A drunken niau and woman each paying 40s. t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. ^'Commissariat, Hobart Town. f 1st August 1857. SUIT-LIES. JT1ENDERS, in duplicate, will he received at this "j^*- "office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 19th instant, for the following Services, in such quantities as may be requited for the periods undermentioned. From the 1st September, 18.17, to the 31st March, 18 5 8. IF HOBAtlT TOWN. > For Military and Naval Services only in Hobart j Town and its vicinity, ,. j which is to include any p;r,"'i,.."',i "»' V«. ii' I distance within three Fine bread at per lb. VmI,M flf kellington Bridge ; one contractor being required to supply the whole of any one article hl!tï9i<'Z ' ", y throughout the station. ?^ For Convict Serv ice only *"" ' | in Hobart Town and its . \ J vicinity, which is to ' j include any distance with» Fine bread at per lb. >in three miles of Wellington j Bridge ; one contractor berne required to supply i the whole of any one article J throughout the station. FORAGE for two^...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857

BY BRENT' U WESTBROOK, Thursday 13th, August. At the Tempérance Alliance Booms Macquaiie-streefc. , , Extensivo Unreserved Sale of General Merchandise, consisting of Handsome J Pianofortes, "What-nots, Canterbury«, Music Stools, Drapery, Cutlery, Electro- plated Ware, Jewellery, Le. &c, i per Amasia, William Brown, Woodcote, Arabella, and other late airivals.' BRENT ANlT\yESTBROOK. (Successoi to Mr. T.Y. Lowes), Are fuvorcd willi instructions from the Consignees to Sell by' Public Auction, WITHOUT AXI nrsFiivE, at the Temperance Alliance Room?, (late Mr. Elliston'» Mnrt), on THURSDAY, -.. ]3tlHnstf andrif-imcesäaty,..the JpJowjj}g,jlaj[, comnienciiig athalf-p-ist 10 o'clock precisely, SEVENTY-FIVE PACKAGES MERCHAN- DISE, comprising, PIANOS, U.c. Niner handsome i.sid supeiioriosewood, walnut 1 and zebia cottage piunol'oites, G 7 8 octaves Handsome canteiburjs, what nott, music stools, f.iney tables, writing deals, work boxes, looking glasses, S.v. &c. ELECTRO-PLATED O...

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PRINCE ARTHUR KING OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

PRISTCI3 ARTHUR KING OF AUSTRALIA. A curious work, entitled "The Imaginary History of the next Thirty Yeará" hasjust been published in Lon- don. Among other speculations, the» author declares that Canada will bo created into nn independent king dom uiücr Prince Alfred, who is to chooso for his queen "n beautiful young lady, the belle of the colony, and heiress to a fortuno which would have enriched half the petty princes in Germany." Australia will follow in the wake of Canada, taking Arthur 03 its King. Wo extracttho followingdescription of tho revolution which ensues, we suppose some time within tho next 20 years, on the Australians declaring themselves an inde- pendent soverignty : "The colonies of Australia, after the discovery of gold, attracted for some year?, most of the young blood of the parent kingdom, as well as that of many other countries in both hemispheres. For a time the gold diggings and the commercial cities afforded abundant scope for the enterprise of the adventu...

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INSOLVENT COURT.— WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Fielding Browne IN RE R. T. C. YATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

INSOLVENT COURT.-"WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Fielding Brovfne Is HE R. T. C. YATFS. Insolvency superseded. IN KB MATTHEW RJELÏÎ, This was an adjourned first meeting. Mr. Lees for Insolvent, and Mr. Crisp for petitioning Creditor. Mr. Lees applied for a month's adjournment to allow of some arra lgement boinjr entered into with the Créditera. The Crédito« were willing to forego, if the Insolvent would pay 10s, in the pound at tho ex- piration of li months nul the same agiin at the end of two j ears. Adjourned to the 2nd September. 1st BE VBAXCIS WATKINS. Tilia was an adjourned first meeting, and meeting for discharge. Insolvent discharged. 1ST BE W. H. Tnojipsojf. This was an adjourned first meeting. Insolvent did not appear. Tho Comuiissjorçor said that ftorn, the repeated ad- journments and repeated non-appearances of the Insol- vent, the most adwsable cours: to take was to dismiss the petition, and so allow tho Creditors to tako such measui es as they might deem expedient, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. THE ENGLISH SUITE MAILS.-The Jura, supposing that she sailed on the 12th June from Southampton, direct for Melbourne, will bo fifty-five days out to-day. The Jura is a powerful steamship, and she will have been dispatched under orders to make Melbourne as early as possible. Wa may therefore look upon her as due in sometlring under sixty days-that is, in the course of the current week. It does not appear to be absolutely certain that the 12th June was to be the date of sailing from Southampton ; but very little doubt appears to prevail in this respect, as the nome authorities would not be likely to alter the date of elosing the mails, except under extreme pressure. The Bishop of New Zealand's yacht Southern Cross, Captain Sustins, which sailed on the 29th ult. for the southern settlements, with the Bishop of Christchurch and other clergymen of the Church of England lately in Auckland, returned to port on Saturday afternoon,' after an absence of one and twenty ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

XHXITUE liOÏAL. OPEN FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! TO ENABLE Mrs. and Mr. CAMERON To take a FABEWELL of the INHABITANTS of HOBABT Towy, Before whom they made their first appearance as PIONEERS TO THEATRICALS, " IN THIS COLONY, AT THE FREEMASONS TAVERN,25 YEARS SINCE. The performance will take place on TÜESD VZ Evening next, and will commence with Row c's Tragedy of .TASK * HO It 13 ! LORD HASTINGS . MB. S. CAMERON JANE Snonn ... Mns. CAMERON ALICIA . Mns. HABWABD TOLL PAETICULiIt3 TVILL DE DULY ANNOUNCED.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. The supply of wheat has so far exceeded the demand for local consumption, and no foreign orders for flour, or but few, being in the market, that it has declined to from 8s. 9d. to 9s. per bushel, best samples. Oats have experienced a further decline, though they have been enquired for, for teed purposes ; present quotations 8s (id to 9s. Gd. Hay in some respects has fallen, present price being £,7 to £8 10s per ton according to quality. English barley remains tho same at 8) to 9s Cd per bushel according to qmlity. Cape barley is very little asked for, and has slightly declined ; it is now quoted at 89 to 8« Gd. Potatoes liave again experienced a rise, and the demand is brisker, they now realize from £3 ÍO4 ia £9 10s. The late news from Melbourne had a good effect on the market. Onions arc scarcely to bo obtai- ned, and they have risen in coasequenca, being now quoted at £40 to £13 per ton. Flour remains firm at ^22 to £21 per ton. Brent ...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

LATEST DATES. England ... ., May 16 San Francisco. May 22 Now York'. ... May 6 Cape of Good Hopo ... ... June 1 Mauritius . June 10 Singapore. ... June 2 Ceylon ,., ... Jana 15 Cliina .' . May 15 011011111. Juno 5 Bombay . May 27 Valparaiso . Mar.15 Australian Colonies, vii : Victoria... Aug. 10 Sydney. Aug. 4 Adelaide . Aug. 1 New Zealand. July 19

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

VICTOJilA. We take the latest commercial news from the Argus of Monday :- , Flour, Grain, &c.-The flour market luis been un- settled during the week, and although holders gene- rally have been firm in their deinandí, there is an evi- dent disinclination to purchase at present prices. Too highest price offering for best Adelaide brands is £25 per ton, and for country brands lower ratei are being asked without finding purchasers. Wheat continues in good demand, though without change in value. Considerable quantities are still being used for feeding purposes, which, while it does not improve the price of the article, materially acts on the value of o its. Bar le3' remains unaltered; Cape about 10s, and English at 10s Cd ta lOs 9d per bushel. Oats are somewhat easier in price, and although the demand is very steady, rates cannot be quoted higher than 11s to 12s for colonial, and 9s 6d to 10s per bushel for Scotch. Bran has been and continues very dull of sale. Several speculativ...

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ODD FELLOWS FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

ODD FELLOWS FESTIVAL. The Tasmanian Grand Annual Festival of the Ancient and Independent Order of Odd Fellows, is fixed for Thursday, the 10th September, to take place in the three central arches in the New Market, when the whole of the Lodges of this City will dine together. Webb has been engaged for the occasion whose capabilities are too notorious to require more than the announcement. His Excellency the Governor and Vice Patron of the Order will dine with the brethren on this occasion ; and by the great courtesy of Col. Percival and the officers of H.M. 12th Regt., the fine military band will   be in attendance. The Stewards at this early time are using great activity to secure all that is necessary for the event, and at the sime time to render it a grand affair. In the afternoon of the day in question, the brethren will assemble in procession, and proceed to St. David's Church, when after a Choral service, the Venerable Archdeacon Davies, the Grand Chaplain of the ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLGENCE HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

" (»lOffERCIÂL INTELUGEitCE HOBART TOWN PltlCE CURRENT Corrected up to fice o'clocîcon Saturday Jîtening last ALE $ PEER-Çwliolsale) AU, Pass's No 2 Jier do: 0 13» (id Worthington and Robin ran's No .'1 per Mid 1» 0* Od Alsopp't No 3, per hiul li) 0s Gd Ditto pule 'East India pir hhd lil hi Od io /li 10* Ud Other brands per hhd 1« 10* Od lo li) Alsopp's per dozen 11* Gd to 11» lid Jiyass's 1 li fld io li« Gd Duckworth's 11» foi io 11* 6d Pry ant and Davis's 12* (>d lo 13/ Od Marzelti's 11* Od io 11* Od Hibleri's 10* Od lo 10» Od Otherbolllcrs.lls io 12». Porter, Sarclay's, per hhd fi 5s 0 io ¿7 10» Elliott and Walney's per hhdlO Us Od io 77 0» Otócr írawd» (i 10* Od to 7 0* 0d Trueman'* X per hld 10 6s Od to 16 5* Od Trucman's XX per hhd Id 10* Od io Hi 15* (Id Taylors' stout per hhd 17 0« Od to 7 10* Od Syass't quarts per dos 12» Od io 13* Od Whitbread'i stout per doz 12* Od to 12* Od Marzelti'sporter per doz Vis Od to 12* Sruani and Davis's per doz 11* Odio 11* Od Other bottier...

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THE EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO (From tho Shipping and Mercantile Gazette of 11th May.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

THE EASTERN AUCHIPBLAQO (From tho Shipping and Mercantile Gazette of 11th Any one who takes tho Kastcrn sheet of tho Inst Admiralty Chart of tho Indian Ocean, and glances over tho group of islands embraced in tho area extending from Sumatra on tho west, New Guinea on tho cast, the Philippine Islands on thanorth.aiul to tho Austra- lian Continent on tho south, will bo ablo to form a rough estimate of tho oxtent, number, and importauco of tho islands comprising the Eastern Archipelago. Tho Chart, admirablo as its outline declinations aro, will, howover, convey littlo or no idea of the character of tho countries, their populutiou,indigeniou3 resource, or trudul capabilities ! Indeed, on theso points it is dif- ficult to know where to look for precise information. A few descriptivo works of old dato are certainly to bo found relativo to tho islands of tho Eastern Archipel- ago, such ni those of Marsden, Crawford, and others; hut they furnisbuo description of theprosent condition of the ...

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LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. "Launceston, August 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. BYELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. "Launceston, August 12th. '. Arrived at Launceston Heads, 4 80 p. ni., Schoo- ner Sophia and Native Lass from Melbourne. " Arrived in Poit, Steamer Royal Shepherd, from Melbourne. " Sailed from Launceston, at 12 this day, Schooners Dobsons ind barquo Acacia for Melbourne." *' Launceston, Thursday Evening, " Fivo o' clock. " No arrivals or departures. Nothing in sight."

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ENTERED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 14 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ENTERED OUT. August 13-Helen S. Pago, barque, 22G tons.Spring for Port Albert. August 13-Cosinoplitc, brig, 146 tons, White, for Port Albert. ' August 13-Louisiana, turque, 230 tons, Gardner, for Melbourne. August 13-Abbey, schooner, 09 tons, Hughes, for Sydney. DEPABTtTBES. August 13-City of Hobart, (s.,) 3G1 toils, Bentley, for Melbourne. Passengers, cabin-Captain Fenton, Mr.F. Fenton, Mrs. N. Foot and daughter, Mr. Dolan, Mr. R. W. Nutt, Mr. and Miss Cruttenden, and 14 adults and 12 children steerage. August 12-Reliance, brig, 119 tons, Hargraves for Melbourne, with timber. August 13-Tyne, schooner, 94 tons, Alt ed for Mel- bourne. August 13 - Swordfish, schooner.-, 168 tons, Roberts for Melbourne, with sundries. Passengers, cabin Capt. Entry, and 2 steerage. August 13-Fortune, brig, 161, Walsh, for D'Entre castenux's channel and Sydney. Cabin-Mrs, Walch and child. IMPOBTS. Nu ESrOETS. Per Reliance fbr Melbourne-10,000 feet timber, 20,000 shingles, 20,000 p...

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